Berkeley English Graduate Students

Sarah Sands Rice

Sarah Sands Rice

Office: Zoom!
Weds. 6-8 pm

Selected Publications and Papers Delivered

"'This bastard graff shall never come to growth': Conception and Consent in Shakespeare's Lucrece." Shakespeare Quarterly 72, forthcoming in 2021.

"'Full of pins (or arrows)’: Renaissance Art and Sadomasochistic Aesthetics in “The Love Song of St. Sebastian.’” Yeats-Eliot Review 33.1-2, forthcoming.

"Imagination as a Biological Force." Panel: "Milton and Materiality." International Milton Symposium. Strasbourg, France. 2019.

"Perverse Sights: Dissection in 'Tis Pity She's a Whore." Seminar: "Invisible Presences." Shakespeare Association of America Annual Meeting. Washington, D.C. 2019.

"The Poetics of Anatomy in Henry Power's 'Microscopicall Observations.'" Panel: "The Science and Poetics of Sight." Society for Renaissance Studies Eighth Biennial Conference. Sheffield, England. 2018.

"'To Thy Mother Dead Attest': Legal Rhetoric and the Sign of Blood in The Faerie Queene II.i." Berkeley-Stanford Conference. University of California, Berkeley. 2016.


Recent English Courses Taught